Ohio State Buckeyes tied for sixth in NCAA women's golf regional

Staff reports

Ohio State jumped two spots after 36 holes of the NCAA Ann Arbor women's golf regional Tuesday after a second-round score of 304 (20-over). The Buckeyes are tied for sixth with Pepperdine, Virginia Tech and UCF.

The Buckeyes, at a 36-over 604, have 18 holes remaining Wednesday to climb into the top four at the 12-team regional in order to advance to the 24-team national tournament. Washington is fifth (598) with Michigan in fourth (593).

Freshman Faith Choi matched her first-round score with another 75 to pace the Buckeyes on day two. She leads the Buckeyes at 8-over and is tied for No. 27 overall.

No. 8-ranked Virginia leads at 7-over. San Jose State (10-over) is second, followed by Arkansas (14-over).